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Haunted: The George and Dragon Hotel, West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

| On 01, Jun 2017

 

The Haunted George and Dragon Hotel

High Street, West Wycombe HP14 3AB

The George and Dragon hotel is situated on the High Street of the quaint National Trust village of West Wycombe.

This old 18th century grade II listed coaching inn is said to have its own residential ghost nicknamed Sukie.

You may’ve read about Sukie before as she also said to haunt the infamous Hellfire Caves which are only a stone’s throw away from the George and Dragon.

Sukie was a young 16 year old maid who worked at the inn back in the 18th century.

It’s said that she was dating a local aristocrat.

One day she got a note from the aristocrat asking her to put on a wedding dress and to meet him in the Hellfire Caves.

So she turned up in the cave in her wedding dress expecting to get secretly married to her aristocratic boyfriend.

But it turned out that it was just a silly prank set up by three local boys from the village.

She was so annoyed that she started to threw some stones at her tormentors.

Well one of the boys throw the stones back at her and knocked her out…

They brought her back to the hotel but tragically she never woke up and died later that night in the guest room!

Today, spooked members of staff and guests alike have witnesses her ghostly apparition in the hotel’s bedrooms and also standing by the inn’s fireplace.

 


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